Corteva Agriscience has signed on as a key program sponsor for the National Wild Turkey Federation’s Energy for Wildlife Rights of Way Habitat Endorsement Program.
Corteva Plant Breeding Leader Geoff Graham told attendees of the 2020 USDA Ag Outlook Forum that advanced plant breeding techniques & proven success in improving crop productivity in developed regions provides a road map to managing food insecurity.
Each year, thousands of farmers are exposed to the life-threatening hazards associated with entering grain bins to remove rotting or clumped grain.
Throughout February, FFA chapters can apply for the 2020-21 program. Sponsored by Mycogen Seeds, this fundraising opportunity with the National FFA Organization is in its fourth year and has raised more than $93,000 for FFA.
Corteva announced that the Company is accelerating the ramp-up of Enlist E3™ soybeans to U.S. and Canadian farmers over the next five years.